Clocks For Sale

Please view the current vintage and antique clocks below. If you see one that’s marked sold but want a similar type please contact me. I’m always refreshing my stock of timepieces and may have what you are looking for. Also, please contact me if you have a vintage clock or clock parts to sale.
 
 

George Jones Astronomical Standing Regulator

Description

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George Jones Astronomical Regulator. 17 in silvered astronomical dial has incised black sweep minutes, 5 in. sub seconds and 5 in. sub hour dial with Roman hour numerals; top quality brass 8 day wight driven time only astronomical movement has fancy oversized turned posts, Graham deadbeat escapement with jeweled pallets, maintaining power and beat adjustment at the top of the crutch. Quality brass 6 spoke pulley with pierced decorated crossed “X” frame, brass covered weight, high quality 3 cut glass jar mercurial pendulum sigh ed “Geo. A. Jones & Co. at No. 5 Courtland St. NY”, has a silvered rod and silvered frame all with fancy etched filigree engraving. In a massive floor standing walnut panels framing the front of the case and has a large block base with beautiful inset panels; enhanced original finish, crest is replaced, teardrop finials are missing their points, has some losses to the veneer panels, pulley frame has repair. 106.5 in. high x 32.5 in wide x 13.5 in deep.

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UNITED STATES CLOCK COMPANY

us clock bonnet 225x300 ClocksSOLD~Circa 1850-1880
~This clock was made in New York , probably a special order because it is not found in their catalogue. The hands on the clock are monogrammed; it has a dead beat escapement with jeweled palettes and jeweled escape wheel. The pendulum is a mercury compensating pendulum. This is a very large clock, 92 inches high and 36 inches wide at the widest part. The dial is brass engraved and was silvered at one time but it is worn. For any questions or more information please contact me.

 

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ENGLISH ASTRONOMICAL STANDING REGULATOR

english astro top 225x300 ClocksSOLD~W Wainman of Hassle
~Circa 1850-1880
~This is a very unusual clock, not only because it is an astro regulator but it has a gravity movement. These are mostly found in tower clocks like Big Ben. It has a very nice case all mahogany. The dial is brass engraved with the makers name and town or origin. Any further information please contact me.

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NEW YORK CLOCK

ladd dial 2 225x300 ClocksSOLD
~ Circa -1830 – 1870
~There are only three known to be in existence from this manufacturer. Probably the most prominent one is still in service at the New York Stock Exchange Board Room. If you Google New York Stock Exchange Board Room you will find that clock pictured in some of the photos. The other known clock is a very Gothic Victorian steeple top astronomical clock. The one you see here is solid mahogany with crotch mahogany veneer. It has a mercury compensating pendulum with a brass engraved silvered dial. This is also an astronomical regulator. The astronomical regulators were used as fine precision timepieces in locations that required the utmost accuracy like observatories.

William F. Ladd had a shop on Wall Street, he is noted on the New York Registry as a watchmaker in 1839.
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Carter L. F. & W. W. Calendar Clock

 

SOLD

This clock is in exceptional condition, it has the labels which are in great shape, the dials appear to be original

If you are looking for one of these… this is the one you want!
Eight day weight driven movement

 

 

 

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Seth Thomas Parlor Calendar #10

seth 10 225x300 ClocksSOLDThis particular clock is in excellent condition, I doubt very much you will find a better example of this clock.
It was produced around 1892, it was made in two models… this is the later model
Nothing is missing and all original with the exception that the dials may have been redone.

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Prentiss Gallery Clock

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~ Circa – 1890
~ DIAL 17 inch marble
~ CASE wood
~ MOVEMENT 30 day double spring single arbor wind movement
~ DIMENSIONS case is 24 inches high and 54 inches long
~ COMMENTS These movements were never sold, they were rented for use with calendar and other precise timepieces… their reputation was for accuracy and they competed successfully with the eclectically connected and synchronized clocks of other companies…. these clocks were found in libraries, train stations, ferry terminals and court houses … but always looking for others of this style or interest. This one came from Grand Central Station when they converted to electric clocks.

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Palmer & Hanks Astro Regulator

palmer ClocksSOLD

This clock was produced between 1837 and 1842
The company was located in Cincinnati
This particular clock is very unusual, it has a skeleton exposed movement with elaborate castings.
It has adjustable pallets, the case is very heavy, Rosewood veneer.
12 inch dial
The case is 65 inches tall and 21 1/2 inches wide at the widest point.
Eight day run time, extremely accurate timepiece.
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Seth Thomas Office Calendar #4

seth 4 ClocksSOLD

This is an 8 day spring time only
12 inch dial
About 28 inches high
This particular clock is in very good condition, it has no issues.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Seth Thomas #2 Regulator

SOLD

I have two of these clocks, the one in the photo has a slight chip in the base, the rest is original, it has a 77 A trapezoid Seth Thomas movement in it.

The other is in great condition as well but the dial is flaking.
These clocks were made around 1930… has to be the most produced clock in American history. Production started around 1860 and ended around 1972. They were so popular that there are lots of reproductions out there… these are not.

 

 
 
 
 

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Large Seth Thomas Regulator

largeseth 225x300 ClocksSOLD

This clock has a 14 inch dial and it is original, there is one scuff mark on it.
The clock is about 65 inches tall,  22 inches wide and 9 1/2 inches deep.
The wood appears to be cherry.
This probably came out of a building like a post office, courthouse or school house. It has a lock on the side so you can not get into it without the key.
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Contact

If you are in the Myrtle Beach area and would like to see any or all of the clocks please feel free to call and we can arrange an appointment. Wayne Voumallis Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 954-559-9224 e-mail: waynevv@clockwatch.com

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